Salvatore Ferragamo Platforms

9 items found on February 24, 2019

crossover strap platform sandals – SALE $238
Salvatore Ferragamo is renowned for using the highest quality materials and expert craftsmanship techniques to fashion timeless wardrobe staples for the modern woman. Expertly crafted from Warm brown calfskin and leather, these crossover strap platform sandals from Salvatore Ferragamo feature an open toe, crossover straps to the front, a platform sole, a high block heel, a branded insole and gold-tone hardware.
Osimoglit Platform Pump – $795
A signature bow and high, slender heel bring ladylike sophistication to an almond-toe pump expertly crafted of patent calfskin leather. Style Name:Salvatore Ferragamo Osimoglit Platform Pump (Women). Style Number: 5681298. Available in stores.
Osimoglit Platform Pump – $830
So shimmery you may think your fairy godmother gave it to you, this Italian pump with a logo bow will keep you believing in dreamy, glamorous nights. Style Name:Salvatore Ferragamo Osimoglit Platform Pump (Women). Style Number: 5681360. Available in stores.
Women's Argen Glitter Leather Platform Pumps – $830
Women's Osimo Patent Leather High-Heel Platform Pumps – $795
Women's Naturno Satin F-Wedge Pumps – SALE $425
Women's Carved Heel Platform Mule Sandals – $995
Women's Antium Carved-Heel Platform Pumps – $1,190
Logo-Embossed Platform Sneaker – $399
Salvatore Ferragamo leather sneaker with logo-embossed front. 1" platform heel. Round toe. Notched vamp. Stretch insets. Slip-on style. Padded footbed. Rubber outsole. Made in Italy. About Ferragamo: A native of Naples, Italy, Salvatore Ferragamo was a teenaged shoe apprentice before moving to California and becoming known as the shoemaker to the stars. Ferragamo returned to Italy in 1927, where he officially launched his own collection. Today the Ferragamo line encompasses not only exquisitely made shoes for men and women, but also infinitely stylish handbags and fragrances. The company is still family owned and operated in Florence, where you'll also find the Ferragamo Museum, home to thousands of shoes (including the famous invisible sandal, cage shoe, and wedge heel).